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Dr. Robert N. Butler coined the time period “ageism” and made “Alzheimer's” a well-known notice. Now he brings his bold wisdom to a contemporary and unheard of success: the extension of human lifestyles expectancy via thirty years, and the turning out to be variety of humans over age sixty-five.

Alarmingly, our society has now not tailored to this transformation. during this pressing and eventually confident e-book, Butler demands us to reexamine our own and societal method of getting older straight away, in order that the boomers and the generations that stick to could have a financially safe and full of life ultimate bankruptcy of life.

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The Longevity Revolution: The Benefits and Challenges of Living a Long Life

Dr. Robert N. Butler coined the time period “ageism” and made “Alzheimer's” a well-recognized observe. Now he brings his bold wisdom to a contemporary and unheard of success: the extension of human lifestyles expectancy via thirty years, and the starting to be variety of humans over age sixty-five. Alarmingly, our society has no longer tailored to this alteration.

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